You’ll Sleep Better, With Others by Your Side.
If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you’ve learned that there are many ways to treat and cope with this condition. The St. Luke’s Sleep Apnea Support Group provides a place for you to share experiences with other sleep apnea sufferers and speak with expert healthcare professionals about this condition.
The St. Luke’s Hospital Sleep Center hosts the sleep apnea support group. This free support group is for people affected by sleep apnea, including diagnosed patients, their friends and family, and anyone with questions about sleep apnea or CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) treatment.
Sleep apnea support group meetings include education, technology and treatment updates, and time for group discussion, sharing, and questions.
Practical Help for Getting a Better Night’s Sleep.
Sleep apnea can disrupt your ability to get good sleep, and your body’s ability to regenerate from daily activities. The St. Luke’s Hospital Sleep Apnea Support Group is a group for patients, family, and others affected by, or interested in, sleep apnea.
This group provides personal access to clinical staff and others in the sleep disorders field. And the emotional support to let you know you’re not alone – and there are solutions available to you.
Sleep Apnea Support Group Members Include Patients and Families Dealing with:
- Anger, moodiness or depression
- Complications with medications and surgery
- Daytime fatigue and sleepiness
- Difficulty concentrating
- High blood pressure or heart problems.
- Liver problems
- Metabolic syndrome
- Risk of recurrent heart attack and abnormal heartbeats
- Risk of type 2 diabetes
- Sleep-deprived partners
We encourage you to get in touch today. Joining the St. Luke’s Hospital sleep apnea support group will go a long way toward helping you manage your sleep apnea and the risks and life-altering changes that can come with it.